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9/11 Tribute Museum
9/11 Tribute Museum

9/11 Tribute Museum

Mon–Sat 10am–6pm, Sun 10am–5pm
92 Greenwich St., New York City, New York

The Basics

The events of September 11th, 2001, shook not just New York City but the whole world, and served as a historic turning point that changed the entire course of the early 21st century. The 9/11 Tribute Museum is a must-do for anyone who wants to hear vivid, eye-witness accounts of the events of that pivotal day. Visitors can tour the museum independently and take a walking tour around the 9/11 Memorial Plaza, led by a guide with a direct connection to the events. For an even more comprehensive experience, combine a visit to the Tribute Museum with a trip to the separate and larger-scale National September 11 Memorial & Museum, which offers a broader overview of the tragic day.

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9/11 Tribute Museum & Memorial Walking Tour
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9/11 Tribute Museum & Memorial Walking Tour
$35.00 per adult
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Very fun! Make sure to check out the museum. They have 9/11 survivors who speak to you about the tragedy. Very touching.
GIA_S, Nov 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in New York City

star-5
Must do tour
Evelyn_R, Nov 2021
Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Memorial Guided Tour, Tribute Museum Combo
What an experience this is a must do. I will suggest adding the inside tour to the Statue of Liberty to your tour.
star-5
Great time!
Andrea_D, Jun 2021
Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Memorial Guided Tour, Tribute Museum Combo
The 9/11 Tribute museum was such a great experience. Thanks Dan for sharing your story. Family had a good time!
star-5
Excellent experience. Knowledgeable and friendly tour guide.
AnneMarie_F, Oct 2021
One World Observatory plus 9/11 Tribute Museum Guided Tour Combo
Ray was a very nice man and a wonderful tour guide. We loved hearing about his personal experience during 911.
star-5
Riveting!
Janice_G, Aug 2021
9/11 Tribute Museum & Memorial Walking Tour
A must-do! So very informative and respectful of all that the 911 site represents. Kimberly, our guide, shared an immense amount of information in our time together. She spoke slowly and clearly, sharing personal stories that will have a lasting impact on all of us. We will definitely recommend this tour to all of our friends and family visiting NYC.
star-4
Good experience
Ram, Jul 2021
Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Memorial Guided Tour, Tribute Museum Combo
Overall it’s a good experience. Sensible people will like it. Tour is good. Should take time to see the places.
star-5
Awe Inspiring
AnnMarie_R, Jul 2021
One World Observatory plus 9/11 Tribute Museum Guided Tour Combo
It was a beautiful tribute. Our guide was amazing. She was very informative and heartfelt. I think we all could feel the goings on of that day and the impact it has had on all of us still. I would recommend the tour to anyone.
star-4
A must!
Walter F, Dec 2018
9/11 Tribute Museum & Memorial Walking Tour
This is a must since it is part of our history unfortunately. The guide was excellent she sure new what she was talking about-with much sincerity.
star-4
Confusing
Kristina_R, Aug 2018
9/11 Tribute Museum Admission Ticket
This was a little confusing. I was under the impression that I was purchasing tickets to the 9/11 Museum by the Memorial. We didn't realize it was a different place until the lady at the ticket line told us it was the wrong museum. Titles/descriptions should be more clear.
star-5
I thought I knew what happened until I took this tour
Annette_R, Jul 2021
One World Observatory plus 9/11 Tribute Museum Guided Tour Combo
The tour was a true look at the carnage that took place on 9/11/01. Having seen the disaster unfold on tv only it was a very awaking lesson. To hear the story from an actual person that was there made me understand the true suffering NY endured.
star-5
Impressive !
Gloria_H, Jul 2021
One World Observatory plus 9/11 Tribute Museum Guided Tour Combo
The most impressive part of the The World Trade Center tour was upon exiting the elevator. They run a video on a wall depicting various changes of NYC over the years. At the end of the video, they raise the wall revealing the spectacular city view!
star-4
9/11 site tour and Observatory
Daphne_R, Jan 2020
One World Observatory plus 9/11 Tribute Museum Guided Tour Combo
Was disappointed that the museum at the World Trade Center site was not included in ticket price. This is misleading in your explanation of the tour package. The Guide for our trip was excellence, very informative and knowledgeable. Was also dismayed at how commercial the trio became once in the Observatory, in contrast to the rest of the site which is so tastefully done with so much significance imbedded with all the memorials

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Wear comfortable shoes if you plan on doing the walking tour.

  • While the museum’s exhibits are not graphic, they can be emotionally taxing and some may find them overwhelming.

  • Entry to the 9/11 Tribute Museum is included in the New York Sightseeing Pass.

  • The museum is wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

The 9/11 Tribute Museum is located in New York’s Financial District, less than a 10-minute walk from One World Trade Center. The nearest subway stations are Rector Street (1, R, and W trains), Cortland Street (R train), Fulton Street/Broadway (A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains) and World Trade Center station (E train). The Cortland and Fulton Street stations have elevators.

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When to Get There

The museum is open 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sundays. Guided tours take place several times daily. Arrive shortly after opening to experience the museum at its quietest.

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Hear Personal Stories About 9/11

The 9/11 Tribute Museum is unique in that it tells the story of September 11, 2001, through the stories and voices of those who lived and directly experienced the tragic events. Volunteers with a personal connection to the attacks—whether first responders, recovery workers, residents of lower Manhattan, family members who lost loved ones, or even survivors—lead guided walking tours of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum plaza. Tours last about 75 minutes and include first-hand accounts of the guide’s experiences of the day, plus discussions of the attacks’ aftermath and rebuilding of the new World Trade Center.

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9/11 Tribute Museum